Prevent Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes usually strikes people after age 35. The early signs are subtle, so a third of those with the disease don?t even know they have it. They are unable to properly convert food to energy, allowing sugar levels to build up, which causes serious complications over time, if not treated.

Many go undiagnosed and untreated, increasing the risks for premature heart disease, blindness, chronic kidney disease, nerve damage, skin and foot problems that lead to amputations. We aim to help these individuals become more aware about diabetes and do a better job of managing the disease if they have it.

Are you tired in the afternoons?
Do you get up several times at night to urinate?
Is your skin dry or itchy?
These are some of the many signs of diabetes. If you want to know more about the signs and symptoms of diabetes and how to prevent the disease from taking hold in your body,

Prevent Diabetes Tips© is for you!

The onset of diabetes in those with risk factors can be prevented or at least delayed, by making them aware of these risk factors, early signs and symptoms, and motivating them to take preventive actions.

Daily messages like the ones shown, build awareness about the disease. Tips for preventing diabetes through proper diet, exercise, stress reduction and other activities are also given.

Self Help. If your BMI (Body Mass Index) is over 25, you could be unknowingly heading down the road to Diabetes. Get a checkup today!

 

The proverbial apple a day may keep the doctor away. But when it comes to diabetes, exercising thrice a week for an hour is the way to go.

 

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